Forward or Backward in a time of uncertainly (Module 7 of 14)

What should businesses do (and not do) in times of uncertainty, and how should they embrace the changes to their business models as a result of this pandemic? Why is a “bias for the new” so important coming out of this crisis, and what are the reasons many agile transitions have failed? Michael Ruckman and Marcus Guest continue their discussion on the effects of the pandemic on business.

04/27/23
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